Global Cross-Border Privacy Rules – Guidance and Resources

Last Updated: July 2023

The Global Cross-Border Privacy Rules Forum, established in 2022, is an initiative that builds on the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation CBPR system as a framework that supports the effective protection and flow of data internationally. At its core, the Global CBPR system and the Global Privacy Recognition for Processors system are voluntary, accountability-based systems that allow participating organizations to demonstrate compliance to internationally-recognized data protection standards. The Global CBPR Forum has gained momentum as a scalable data protection and data flow framework.

This page will stay updated with the latest guidance documents and resources covering global cross-border privacy rules. The IAPP additionally hosts an International Data Transfers topic page in the Resource Center.